First Fruits: The Promise To Come

First fruits is an important principle of faith that God has established from the beginning of time. In Hebrew, it is the word bikkurim, and it literally means “a promise to come.” First fruits means the first in place, order or rank; the beginning, chief or principle thing. First fruits is the principle of dedicating our “first things” to the Lord, so that everything else can fall into their proper position. It’s about aligning…

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First Fruits: The Biblical Promise of Abundance

What is the kingdom principle of “first fruits”? First fruits establishes the law of first things being first in your life. It establishes the promise of what is to come and positions the believer to receive the promises of God. The first fruits offerings signal the beginning of the harvest for God’s people. First fruits offerings are not only an offering, but also a promise of abundance.
The Hebrew word for “first fruits,” reshiyth, …

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First Fruits: The Right Way To Worship

First fruits is the principle of dedicating our “first things” to the Lord, so that everything else can fall into their proper position. It’s about aligning ourselves with God’s order. The Biblical principle of first fruits can be summed up like this: the “first fruits” establish the destiny of what is left. The principle of first fruits is a type and shadow that has been fulfilled by Jesus’ arrival on earth, His sacrificial death, and…

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First Fruits: First Things First

But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” Matthew 6:33

First fruits is the principle of dedicating our “first things” to the Lord, so that everything else can fall into their proper position. It’s about aligning ourselves with God’s order. The Biblical principle of first fruits can be summed up like this: the “first fruits” establish the destiny of what is left.

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First Fruits: Fasting

The Bible only provides a few specifics about fasting, and much of it is left up to you and the guidance of the Holy Spirit.  There are different types of fasts, although they are not categorized as such in the Scripture.  We are simply told that people fasted, and we draw them into categories to aid our understanding. If someone comes to you and says you have to fast in a certain way in order…

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